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No GPS Tracker? An Ax Will Do!

Every once in a while, we come across a news story that deserves to be printed for the sake of a good chuckle. Since it’s Friday, we thought we’d share this one with you. Enjoy! Surprise! Ax-Throwing Champion Won’t be Robbed! 22-year-old Nicholas Uolla woke up yesterday morning in Hemet, California, and had a usual

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Lockheed Martin Unveils Mach 6 Spy Plane

Step into the future with me, won’t you? Lockheed Martin has just unveiled the hypersonic aircraft to take part in service. To put this into perspective: Lockheed’s last aircraft, the SR-71 Blackbird, could reach speeds three times the speed of sound.┬áThe Blackbird was the fastest aircraft in the world. The newest Lockheed Martin creation, the

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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Soon to be Standard

In 2006, Toyota introduced something called the ‘Driver Monitoring System (DMS).’ The system was built to monitor drivers (as the name suggests) with safety being a top concern. As the years progressed, DMS became more refined and morphed into becoming part of ‘Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)’, and now it’s something that Volvo, Ford, and

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Seven Ways to Extend Your Phone’s Battery Life

Keeping your GPS tracking device up and running is imperative. That’s the main reason we offer so many GPS tracking devices that have a really long battery life. But, what about your smartphone? Are there ways to keep location data running on your phone (GPS technology) and keep your battery lasting longer? Here are seven

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Is NextGen a Bust?

The government claimed it was the future of air travel. NextGen was touted as the absolute ideal way to fly. It was meant to overhaul the nation’s aviation system – a move from typical ground control to satellite and GPS tracker-based air traffic control. It was also meant to lessen the environmental impact that planes

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In NY, Lawmakers Are Calling for GPS Trackers

A recent ‘Center for Disease Control’ (CDC) study found that an estimated 1 in 50 kids have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This is a number that has increased 72% in the past 4 years. Each case is different, and severity levels differ too. Some kids living with this disorder are highly functional while

Police Don’t Need a Warrant to Use GPS In Some Cases

Imagine a world where everything you’ve learned from crime novels about interrogating a suspect is no longer true. No bright lights, no trick questions, no “good cop and bad cop.” What if all of those things disappeared to make way for a GPS tracker that can provide police with all the details needed? That’s the

Hedgehogs With GPS Backpacks Released Tomorrow

England: GPS Trackers To Save Hedgehogs Even though they have spikes, hedgehogs are still cute! They resemble a porcupine with their coat of spines, and curl up into a spiky little ball whenever they feel threatened or scared. Certainly not the animal you would want to cuddle up with at the end of the day!

Grant Allows Student Research Team To Further Develop GPS Agricultural Drone

When it comes to exciting innovations in technology, where would we be without the research teams at colleges and universities? One of the newest tech ideas comes from a team of student researchers at the Middlesex County Academy for Science. This team is working on a GPS tracker drone that can spray crops for farmers.

Boston Schools Open One Hour Early Due to Strike

This morning, Boston schools are slated to open an hour earlier. Is it because they’re testing out an earlier start time? No. It’s actually due to a recent bus driver strike. Two drivers were fired as a result of the Veolia Transportation Inc. driver strike over one month ago. This has lead to a shortage

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